Kayla Rosen is a reporter with CBC North in Yellowknife. She received her master's degree in journalism from Ryerson University.
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Warming climate could affect life in Arctic Ocean, says new study
The study looked at the concentration of radium-228 in the central Arctic Ocean and found that between 2007 and 2015 the concentration doubled, suggesting an increase in other elements and nutrients.
Diamond prices predicted to increase in 2018, says analyst
Diamond prices are on the rise in 2018, which will bring economic growth to the mines in the Northwest Territories, according to a New York City analyst.
Put on hold to report erratic driver, Yellowknife woman says RCMP dispatch delays could endanger others
Danika Boisvert is disappointed her call to report a suspected drunk driver was put on hold for three minutes, giving the suspect plenty of time to get far away.
N.W.T. needs to get ready for influx of Chinese tourists, says tour operator
The N.W.T. doesn't offer enough traditional tour programs, says an operator in Yellowknife.
Researchers say deadly disease could infect Northern caribou
A contagious, fatal and incurable disease killing deer in Alberta could infect Northern caribou, researchers say.
Deline, N.W.T., government brings holiday cheer to those in need
Anyone in Deline, N.W.T., who needs a helping hand this holiday season has a place to stay warm and fill their stomach, thanks to the community government.
Yellowknife speed skater makes her mark on national stage
A speed skater from Yellowknife was the fastest of four 14-year-old girls at the Canadian Junior Championships this month in Quebec.
Arctic will likely never return to former frigid days, says climate change report
The Arctic will likely never return to the frozen state it once enjoyed because of the effects of climate change, according to the 2017 Arctic Report Card.
Advocates say N.W.T. justice system needs to rehabilitate, not incarcerate, vulnerable offenders
As the Government of Canada reviews the country's criminal justice system, advocates from the Northwest Territories are saying the territory incarcerates people with addictions, disabilities and poor mental health when it should be offering them treatment.
New funding for Indigenous languages in the Northwest Territories
The Indigenous Language Revitalization Fund, launched in November, will award up to $250,000 a year for up to three years to qualified projects in the Northwest Territories.